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Any Updated Fossil I'd Websites From Twin Cities?

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Zbar

Seem like a lot of info are out of date. Even the most recent book by Sloan look like it have been reprinted with old info from 20 years ago. Apparently sponges except for one species is not valid, no one have good size scales of fossils, gastropods have too many species.

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Zbar

And don't expect big flashy fossils that screams look at me!!! The biggest I have found is roughly 3 to 4 inches if u are lucky. The vast majority are one inch and less but there's incredible diversity if you know where to look.

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jualhadun87

I haven't found too much out there for Minnesota, publication wise its pretty much the Sloan book and then a handful of pamphlets produced by the State or Colleges. Considering the abundance of fossils in Minnesota, its too bad there is not more out there specific to our state, most of the time you end up having to find websites or publications from other states that are about the same rock formations and/or geological time periods.

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